The idea of watching someone play sports is something that has existed for hundreds of years. Whether we are watching one athlete or an entire team, it is something that is engrained in us from a young age. We all have sports that we love and sports teams that we care about, and as technology got better, we were able to recreate some of these sports and games through computers and gaming consoles. After that we got to a point where special games were being created that were not even related to any real sport.
And the best part is that we now are at a level where these games have a massive following, in the same way that people love real sports. And that is where the term esports junkie came from. These are people who love esports to a whole new level, which is why they get the label esports junkie. And while there are many junkies, there are also millions around the world who have a casual but very real interest in esports and how they are progressing. It will be very interesting to see how this develops in the next few years.
But what we can be sure about is that esports are not something that will go away any time soon. In fact, we are only going to see them getting bigger. Of course, we already know about the games like Counter Strike, Overwatch, Dota and League of Legends, as these are the staples that anyone would mention if esports are talked about. But now we are seeing that some other games are getting into the act too, and that is very interesting to see.
For instance, we have games such as FIFA where they are also starting to take the esports track. While they have a lot of growing pains with these types of games, since they have always focused on the casual gamer in the past, it is good to see that a competitive aspect to gaming is being taken up by even those games. Now we are going to see whether this phenomenon can last. It will be interesting to see whether the fans of esports will be happy that so many games are getting involved with this trend.